I remember reading Peanuts when I was younger, and I didn't realize how depressing it was until years later. Now that I remember it and Sin City, I realize they both go together in some morbid way. You've done that nicely here.
You've managed to carry out Miller's style of coloring only a few things and leaving the rest black and white. Oh, and the way other things (particularly Sally) are left in the shadow? That's a nice touch, a very nice tribute to Miller. Excellent job on making the three of them look older and more gritty, especially Charlie Brown. Man, it's like looking at him some years down the line after he's realized the horror of his existance. And of course, the narration just screams MSB (Miller Style Brooding). Excellently carried out.
So overall, I love this. Sin City, while certainly over the top, is still interesting, and especially fun to try out for different things like this. Time to check out the next one.
This is too Good. I love Peanuts, and, I love Frank Miller's art from way back, both His images, and, writing! You've got it as good as possible, without being Frank Miller, and the mix is great, to.! This would make a great graphic novel/homage to both creators. Consider it, if You will, as this brought Me lots of laughs, and mindflips!